One former Phoenix Suns guard has now shown that he is officially done with the Suns and the city they are based in, as he has now sold his home for a pretty penny.
According to Catherine Reagor of The Arizona Republic, Chris Paul recently sold his home for $8 million. Here is what else she had to say about the sale:
"“Former Phoenix Suns player Chris Paul sold his Paradise Valley home for $8 million. The point guard, nicknamed the “Point God,” was traded this summer to the Washington Wizards and then to the Golden State Warriors. Paul’s 7,452-square-foot former home was built in 2021 and has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and walls of windows overlooking Camelback Mountain.”"
All things aside, Paul bought his home in 2021 for $7 million, so good on him for making a profit.
Chris Paul means a lot to this franchise because he was the guy who helped take this team back to the NBA Finals. Sure, they didn’t win it. But, he helped get them out of the basement days they were once in for a long time and reach a 64-win season, the most wins in franchise history.
In a way, you could attribute Paul to the growth of Devin Booker, too. Sure, Booker was already an amazing player, but in a way, the addition of Paul helped elevate his game even more.
Paul ended his time in Phoenix with his first-ever Conference Finals win and his first-ever Finals appearance. During his time in Phoenix, he averaged the third-most assists per game as a sun in the franchise’s history, at 9.5, below Jason Kidd and Kevin Johnson.
Paul was traded to the Washington Wizards for Radley Beal and then flipped to Golden State for Jordan Poole. He will fit perfectly in Golden State and help them remain contenders in the NBA.